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Mar 16, 2013 6:30am PDT
of "the anti-bloomberg law" and amy, the author of a book called "lunch wars." tony, you introduced this so-called anti-bloomberg bill that focuses on limiting restaurant regulations. that includes preventing limits on sugary drink sizes as well as banning any requirements to post calorie counts, even laws about toys in kids meals. what do you see as the government's role, if any, in encountering the obesity crisis that's threatening public health? >> well, thank you for having me this morning. i think it's a far more outreaching than what we're discussing here. it's more about government intrusion into business and putting regulations in place that could be detrimental to their business. the bill that we have passed here in the state of mississippi does not do away with what the fed is already requiring, if you own 20 or more restaurants you still have to plot nutritional values, you to have it on your menus and have it presented for the consumer. our bill is all about protection to the free rights operating business and there again we don't want a hodgepodge of municipalities acro
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